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Night Court existed on the cusp of change and was one of the last shows to reflect that traditional sitcom format before the television landscape fundamentally shifted in the '90s. Airing from 1984 to 1992, Night Court was essentially a workplace comedy that used the drunken, late-night arrests and night shift legal proceedings as a backdrop to its one-liners, sarcasm, and sometimes silly humor. The show was a critical hit, earning 31 Emmy nominations and winning seven, with actor John Larroquette garnering an Emmy for four consecutive years.
One of very few Black-owned gay bars in the entire city, this Harlem nightclub run by a local couple promises a good time any night of the week. Named for the Lambda vodka also started by the founders, Lambda is a place to drink, dance and just unwind on the dance floor or backyard.
Though the term nightcore now refers to a style of music, the term originated with a Norwegian DJ duo of the same name. Inspired by pitch-shifted vocals in Scooter songs, the pair began speeding up Eurodance and trance tracks in the early '00s, telling SUPERSUPER! magazine that "there were so few of these kinds of artists, we thought that mixing music in our style would be a pleasure for us to listen to [...] Nightcore has become a style of music, a way to make the music happier."
The Cry It Out sleep training method is also known as extinction, full extinction, or CIO for short. With this method, parents take their baby through a bedtime routine, cuddle with them and give them a kiss goodnight, and then leave the room. If the baby cries, the parent does not respond. Eventually, the baby tires themselves out from crying or self-soothes back to sleep. 781b155fdc